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      10-14-2009, 03:25 PM   #22
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We had a discussion about this the other day in my international finance class actually. Its interesting how most consumers tend to stick with domestic brands. If you go to Germany you see an overwhelmingly majority of German cars. If you go to Spain you see SEATS. If your in France you see mostly Renaults, Puegots etc. America is one of the few that chooses to reject our own brands.
In all honesty, they probably stick with their national brands because they make something that the public want to buy.

A Renault Megane is a good car, anywhere. So is a Fiat Punto and so is the Honda Civic.

Can the same be said for the Chrysler Sebring or the Dodge Caliber?
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